The vineyards feature different terroirs: the soils range from galestro to sand and clay, with significant variations in weather conditions linked to the Mediterranean influence of the sea or to the wide day-night temperature range due to the proximity to Monte Amiata.
Brunello di Montalcino DOCG
It consists of a blend of the estate’s vineyards and aims at a perfect balance between the various terroirs. With notes of red fruit, bitter orange and violet, it comes through fresh, silky and elegant with a lingering finish and an aftertaste reminiscent of cherry and chocolate.
Val di Suga’s landscape features hills and cypresses on the northern slope, olive trees and Mediterranean scrub on the southeastern slope and oak trees, holm oaks and broom bushes on the southwestern slope.
In the cellar
Ageing takes place in 50-hl Slavonian oak barrels for 24 months, followed by 12 months in concrete and a
period of bottle ageing.